One week ago today, the East Coast was dealing with destructive storm surge, flooding rain and damaging wind associated with Superstorm Sandy.
Clean-up efforts are ongoing in portions of New York and New Jersey that absorbed the worst of Sandy's impacts.
The last thing anyone in those locales need is another strong coastal storm. And yet, it's looking increasingly likely that another one is on its way.
Forecasters are monitoring the possibility that a strong Nor' Easter will track up the East Coast Wednesday, Wednesday night and Thursday. Another storm would mean more coastal flooding, more powerful winds and more rain in areas that certainly do not need it.
And it could mean some snow for Central Maryland depending on the storm's track.
Here's a breakdown of the looming Nor'Easter with more updates to follow as Wednesday approaches.